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Y2K Survival

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This program discusses the year 2000 Y2K issue with guests Ed Meagher, host of "Y2K Today" and Tony Keyes, author of "The Year 2000 Computer Crisis." 2209

Is Cultural Diversity A Good Idea?

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Guest discuss cultural diversity on college campuses and in corporate America.  Guests: Dr. John Lombardi, President Univ. of Florida; Dr. Robert Albright, President, Johnson C Smith University and Dr. James L. Watten...

Visions and Images of the Struggles of Old

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Issues, events and personalities that shaped the African-American community and the nation. 1401

Reflections of MLK

788 Views

This program highlights Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s contributions through archival footage and interviews with some of his closest associates. 2301

Finishing The Century

713 Views

This program examines the turbulent 1960s as the nation moves into the 21st Century. The events of that era are chronicled through archival footage and rare interviews with the leaders of that period. 2226

Race Wars

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Thomas Chittum, a former soldier of fortune, Vietnam veteran and author of “Civil War II: The Coming Breakup of America.” According to Chittum, America’s non-WASP populations are responsible for turning America into a...

The Crash of ’98

929 Views

In 1997 Tony Brown and Stephen Leeb, Ph.D, editor of Personal Finance discuss the possibility of a stock market crash of epic proportions. 2019

Your Money With A Twist

805 Views

Women with clout in the world of finance. Guests: Brooke Stephens, author of "Talking Dollars and Making Sense and Suze Orman, author of "9 Steps To Financial Freedom"

Are Black/Jewish Relations As Bad As We Thought?

675 Views

Rabbi Marc Schneier discusses a report from The Foundation for Ethnic Understanding on Black/Jewish relations in the United States as it relates to (1) Cooperation; (2) Conflict; and (3) Human Interest. 2005

A Multi-Ethnic State In Evolution

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U. S. Representative Diane Watson serves the diverse 32nd Congressional District of California, where multiculturalism is a way of life.  Does it work?  Has California learned how various groups can live together with...